|Shmerke Kaczerginski: Youth Anthem Sung with Ruth Rubin - Kaczerginski, Shmerke, 1908-1954,|
A recording of Shmerke Kaczerginski singing his Youth Anthem with Ruth Rubin. Courtesy of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Keywords: Shmerke Kaczerginski; Vilna Ghetto; Ruth Rubin
|Recordings of Shmerke Kaczerginski and Abraham Sutzkever Taken from Records for the Vilna Memorial Program on October 22nd, 1972 - Jewish Public Library of Montreal|
Recordings of Shmerke Kaczerginski and Abraham Sutzkever Taken from Records for the Vilna Memorial Program on October 22nd, 1972 This recording is from the audio collection of the Jewish Public Library of Montreal and was digitized as part of the Yiddish Book Center's Frances Brandt Online Yiddish Audio Library.
Keywords: Shmerke Kaczerginski; Abraham Sutzkever; Holocaust Memorial; Vilna Ghetto
|Shmerke Kaczergisnki "Address to a Ghetto Memorial Commemoration" May 13th, 1953 - Kaczerginski, Szmerke, 1908-1954|
Shmerke Kaczergisnki "Address to a Ghetto Memorial Commemoration" May 13th, 1953 This recording is from the audio collection of the Jewish Public Library of Montreal and was digitized as part of the Yiddish Book Center’s Frances Brandt Online Yiddish Audio Library.
Keywords: Yiddish; Partisans; Jewish; Holocaust; Shmerke Kaczerginski; Vilna Ghetto
|Rivka Augenfeld 11July2012 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Emily F.)|
Rivka Augenfeld, native Yiddish speaker and active member of the Montreal Jewish community, was interviewed by Jordan Kutzik on July 11, 2012 in Montreal, Canada. To learn more about the Yiddish Book Centerâs Wexler Oral History Project, visit: http://www.yiddishbookcenter.org/tell-your-story To cite this interview: Rivka Augenfeld Oral History Interview, interviewed by Jordan Kutzik, Yiddish Book Centerâs Wexler Oral History Project, Montreal, Canada, July, 11, 2012...
Keywords: Family history; stories about ancestors; Jewish Identity; Politics and political movements; Old Country; Eastern Europe; Secular; Secularism; Non-religious; Religion and ritual; World War Two; Rivka Augenfeld; unions; Bund; Holocaust; immigration; childhood; poetry; literature; translation; Vilna; Vilne; Vilnius; Lithuania; Avrom Sutzkever; partisans; education; Chaim-Leib Fox; Khayim-Leyb Fuchs; Montreal; Canada; Yiddish personalities; Isaac Bashevis Singer; Warsaw; Poland; Litvak; Varshe; Yiddish dialects; Yiddish accents; FPO; Fareynikte Partizaner Organizatsye; United Partisans Organization; Real Gymnazie; Leon Trotsky; hasidism; Isaac Deutscher; 1910s; 1920s; 1930s; 1940s; Russia; Kovne; ghetto; Great Depression; Vilne Ghetto; Chiune Sugihara; Soviet; Palestine; Austria; Gratz; zionism; Israel; 1970s; library; theatre; DP camp; Displaced Persons camp; 1950s; 1960s; Montreal Jewish Public Library; Camp Hemshekh; summer camps; Shmerke Kaczerginski; Arbeter Ring; Avrom Reyzen; Rochel Korn; Meylekh Ravitch